Award-winning documentary filmmaker.
Jethro's "My Revolutionary Mother" has been cited as the best documentary film in the Philippines for 2015 by pinoyrebyu.com and has won several Best Documentary Short awards. His currently film #MyNameIs is one of the few selected to participate in the National MediaMaker Fellowship Program 2016 of the Bay Area Video Coalition. Jethro has been awarded the Jose Sarria Honors by the International Court System for his film "50 Years of Fabulous".
A filmmaker confronts his mother, a former political activist in the Philippines, about his feelings of abandonment as a child.
#MyNameIs chronicles the fight against Facebook’s discriminatory “real name policy”; a global movement led by drag queens, domestic abuse survivors, immigrants, artists, political activists, Native Americans and the LGBTQ community, to maintain their safety and authentic identities on the world’s largest social networking platform.
50 Years of Fabulous: The Imperial Council Story chronicles the 50- history of the oldest surviving LGBT charitable organization in the US.